One House: The Unicameral's Progressive Vision for Nebraska

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When Nebraskans voted to trade in their bicameral, partisan legislature for a one-house, nonpartisan body in 1934, it was a revolutionary decision. The people of the state listened to George Norris, their U.S. senator, when he argued that the new institution would be more open, more efficient, more responsible, and more responsive to the people it was meant to serve. An ardent progressive, Norris convinced his fellow Nebraskans that a nonpartisan unicameral would take power from the elites and return it to "the people." One ...

One House: The Unicameral's Progressive Vision for Nebraska 2014, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln

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One House: The Unicameral's Progressive Vision for Nebraska 2005, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NE

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